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started winning. >> good stuff. >> wow, wow, wow. >> so many redskins fans came down, it was great weather, they spent money. >> they travel well. high pressure built in, summertime has kind of got kicked out to the central plains and just feels very fall like out there this morning. a gorgeous day ahead, little bit on the crisp side this morning. down to 62 in dc. 73 degrees by noon and at 5:00, 75 degrees. a high of 78, i think that happens toward 3:30 or 4:00 p.m. isolated showers north this morning. it is a gorgeous start to be a very nice work week. low 50s, and andrews and baltimore at 60.
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we are at 62 going into the 70s. i'm happy to say that only in the 70s today. here's monika samtani. she couldn't be more excited. thank you so much. if you are planning to head around town, good things to report as well. no problems to report if you are planning to head inbound on i 66, all lanes are open. no issues on the beltway through the tyson's area. a live look outside if you are on the northbound side of i 35, here's what it looks like at the 14th street bridge. back over to our maps at this time, if you are planning to head over to maryland, no issues on the beltway north of town. out of southern maryland, route 210 to oxen hill, one more last live look if you are planning to head to route 50, i'll be back with more traffic at 50:00. back to you guys. redskins fans have no
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reason to be hopeful about the future of their franchise. >> robert griffin 3, toward the end of the first quarter, this was a sign of things to come. first touchdown pass a strike number 88 went 88 yards to the house. in the end washington did hold on to a lead. rg iii, 19 of 26, two touchdowns and no picks. kristen fisher has a reaction from rg iii. good morning. >> reporter: good morning michael. i like what you said earlier. redskins fans are going to remember yesterday as the day the redskins started winning. it is so true redskins fans have been waiting for rg iii's big debut for so long now and he did
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not disappoint. in fact he almost exceeded expectations, which is tough to do, given the expectations he had to deal with going into this game. i'll tell you what, yesterday all the sports bars around here in dupont circle absolutely packed with redskins fans, they could not wait to see how he played in his debut game. and they were not disspointd. take a listen. >> fantastic. rg iii is amazing. >> he can run, he can throw, what else can you ask for? >> i think it is going to make a big difference in r game. hopefully now we'll have more wins. >> reporter: there was a very strong contingent of redskins fans inside the superdome. at one point you could hear them chanting rg iii. he said it was the loudest stadium he has ever played in. >> it was a lot of fun out there. i think everybody was comfortable with the game plan
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we had coming in. >> i don't know if there has ever been a bigger underdog going into a game. we are the sure bet to lose. if you have to pick one loser this week you pick the redskins in new orleans. that just fuels us. >> reporter: mike and andrea, one thing that helped out was the amount of redskins fans that were down there in new orleans for this game. i actually saw a picture of bourbon street during the game, and it was full of burgundy and gold. i didn't expect to see that many redskins fans down there, but they certainly did not want to miss this big debut. i'll have more from rg iii, coach shanahan and the rest of his teammates. back to you. >> they love going to new orleans and treated them well this sunday. we'll look for more reaction as fans start getting on the metro. coming up now, a violent
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weekend at a northeast dc pharmacy. this is not the first time that gunfire has erupted there. a customer walked into the rite aid and shot an employee in the leg. they are still looking for the shooter. back in april an employee was shot and paralyzed during an attempted robbery then. a massive clean up effort is underway in reston, virginia. one of the worst areas is near lake ann. the storm sent trees on to homes, cars and power lines. huge cranes had to be brought in. people say it is amazing no one was seriously hurt. district officials have announced new steps to try to prevent flooding of the booming dale and detroit neighborhoods in northwest. short-term fixes include additional storm drains and rain barrels to collect run offs
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from roofs. district officials say they plan to begin construction on a long-term solution within the next 45 days. it is time for the latest your money report. >> and jessica doyle is here with today's headlines. >> good morning. so much for the jobs report friday. a lot of people are playing the bets on the federal reserve this week. analysts question how another bond buying program will try to keep interest rates low. checking the numbers from wall street. the dow stands this morning at a five year high after adding 14 points on friday. nasdaq pretty flat on the day but a good day for the s & p 500. bankruptcy creditors expect the parent company of american airlines to decide by year end when to merge with another airline or remain an
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independent company. people love this free haircuts for kids program so much last month jppenny will be making the offer permanent. starting november 4th, parents can get a free haircut for kids every sunday. pennies says 1.6 million received free haircuts. and will be offering free haircuts to breast cancer survivors in october which is breast cancer awareness month. >> they are bringing folks in, maybe picking up things while they are there. what do you have for us in the next half hour? >> we are going to look at the possible dangers inside the crib for little kids and something maryland is doing about if. >> thanks jess. iraqi authorities investigate a series of attacks in several major cities. more on that story, next. plus photographs put themselves at risk to get an up close look at the world's most
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active volcano. in new york, after dropping their first series in the last month, we'll be right back.
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welcome back. your weather first on this monday morning. i hope you opened the windows last night and took advantage for the cool air over the region. temperatures through the 60s this morning and the low 70s for lunch time. highs this afternoon about 78.
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by 6:00 we are down it a very pleasant 74. here's monika with timesaver traffic. >> on the east side of town in prince george's county the beltway is running smoothly between 95 and the wilson bridge. back to you guys. making news now at 5:10, no one has claimed responsibility yet for a series of deadly attacks across iraq. that happened sunday. the death toll is nearing 100. a police officer was killed while working with president obama's motorcade. motorcycle officer bruce st. laurent was helping shut down a road yesterday when a pickup
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truck driver hit him. the world's most active volcano is at it again. two photographs captured these beautiful images of the volcano in hawaii just as red hot lava poured into the pacific. crashing waves turned into clouds of steam. photographs say they stood waist deep in 110-degree water just to get these pictures. the buzz over rg iii's start with the redskins. in today's buddy check, a local pharmacist uses her own breast cancer diagnosis and treatment to help her customers. and howard says we are headed back into the 80s. a look at the 7-day forecast at 5:15, stay with us.
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good morning and welcome back to 9news now. it is 5:14 on this monday and it is a good monday for redskins fans and a good monday for anyone who loves fall. and the weather is starting to feel that way. >> you may need a little wrap this morning, a sweatshirt or something. we have lots of 50s in the suburbs and a beautiful afternoon. if you have got the day off today, hats off to you. you picked a winner, big time. and tomorrow will be a winner as well. let's get you going the with the bus stop forecast. 50s and low 60s out there. right along the bay, bay temperatures a little warmer. you are seeing some of the
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warmer ratings along with here in dc, we have got sunrise until 6:45. later today it is going to stay gorgeous. lunch time temperatures will be in the lower 70s, there will be a little bit of a breeze out of the north, gusting to 10, 15 miles per hour. watch out for that and at 5:00, 75. 78 is the high for the day, but the northwest wind to 11, it is going to feel great. feels great right now with 40s from garrett county at the wine and art festival today. 54 winchester and culpepper. fredericksburg, 5, eastston 61. a comfortable morning. great visibility under the capital, clear skies 62 degrees. dew points in the low 50s. last week they were in the 70s. humidity 67%. the breeze at 12 miles per hour. we are looking great here in
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the northeast. 60s in buffalo and caribou. we have 90s in the middle of the country. once the high pressure that is on us with the northerly winds bringing us the cool weather, that will allow some of this warmth to move back to the second half of the week. by tuesday shooting back into chicago we are still good. on wednesday here comes the upper 80s, mid-80s to kentucky. there is another cold front right here. we are probably not going to see that until sometime maybe late in the weekend. we'll have a slow warm up here. looking at the satellite radar all across the entire east coast, the futurecast shows the great weather is going to stay. tonight clear, back in the 40s and 50s. upper 70s into high and even into wednesday. there is nothing in the next few
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days weatherwise that is going to come toward us except sunshine and cool, crisp nights. 50ish, tomorrow 7. wednesday 84. we start to warm up a little toward the middle and latter part of the week. we could see a few showers and thunderstorms returning. here comes monika with timesaver traffic for you. >> reporter: all around town no major incidents. i'm happen to say things are moving smoothly. even on northbound i-95, and again, all lanes are open and just a tiny bit of volume now beginning to form for that early morning rush hour. up to the beltway. beltway looks great, by the way. over to our maps again and this time southbound side of i-27 0 from frederick to clarksburg, no delays yet. that builds up quickly though,
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leaving route 109. we'll take a live look once more. here's what it looks like at route 121, all lanes are open in german town and rockville. back to you guys. thank you monika, the nationals and orioles wish they could wipe out sunday's games. >> the u.s. open isn't quite over yet. we want to take another look at our question of the morning. only 38% of americans have ever used one of these, wrotety telephone, typewriter or answering machine. >> our facebook friend gary grimes wrote i have used them all. but the answer is b. >> log onto the wusa 9 facebook fan page and leave your response. we'll reveal the answer during the 6:00 hour.
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welcome back. howard here with your weather first. clear skies, 50s and 60s this morning. we are going to stay sunny all day. don't worry about that except the shade and the sunscreen, if you are going to be outside. by 9:00, still in the upper 50s in the shenandoah valley. we'll head toward lunch time. low 70s, a great day to eat lunch outside. 3:00, 75 degrees. 6:00 p.m. readings still in the lower to middle 70s.
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enjoy. andrea and michael. thank you, howard. the redskins want to know. and tonight it is the ravens turner they are hosting the bengals. and the nats are hoping to rebound from this weekend's poor outings against the marlins. >> good morning, everybody. the washington nationals wrapping things up with the marlin. a team that has given the nats trouble all season lightning. edwin jackson on the mound, already down a run with two men on. the pitcher sends a shot to center, bryce harper loses the ball in the sun. two runs scored. he looks up thinking where did that sun come from? six strikeouts, picking up the second consecutive complete game shutout against the nationals in the last two weeks. miami wins this one 8-0. >> when he wants to, he is one
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heck of a pitcher. when he keeps that stuff down and variety of pitches, good stuff. he has got a good ball club. >> yankees orioles wrapping things up at camden yard. derek jeter, two run shot over the right field wall. the yanks stop the orioles 13-3 to take over first place. it has been a good summer for serena williams. olympic gold in london, yesterday taking on the finals of the u.s. open. they split the first two sets but williams rallies with two games down in the third to claim her fourth u.s. open title her 15th career grand slam. now remember the men's final can be seen right here on channel 9 today starting at 4:00. that is a quick look at sports
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this morning, have a great monday. it is a great monday for skins. plus president obama climbs back on top in the money raising battle against mitt romney, ahead in campaign 2012 news. monika what is happening on the roadways? >> reporter: not much. on the beltway this is what it looks like between 95 and the wilson bridge. i'll be back with more traffic, coming up in a few minutes. you are watching 9news now.
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good morning. welcome back. i'm andrea roane. >> and i'm mike haiduk. >> au.s. open -- u.s. open-file for men today. >> no storms like saturday afternoon. >> that was crazy.
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>> reporter: fortunately the front has gone through and we are enjoying beautiful, beautiful weather this morning and will so for the next several days. there is good news there. no weather concerns until later in the weekend. here's a look at your day planner on this beautiful crisp clear cool monday morning. 73 degrees at noon. by 5:00, 75. expect the high in the upper 70s with just a little bit of a breeze at times out of the northwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour. good air qualities and hopefully some of the drier air moving in clear this morning an isolated shower north yesterday afternoon. we are down to 54 in winchester and 40s in the mountains. the bay is a little warmer. low to mid-60s right along the bay. frederick 51, la plata, 55 i hope you had the windows open last night and took advantage of
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it. it is 55 the windows wide open last night. loving it. 78 in culpepper and frederick 78 here in washington for the high. we see monika samtani. >> reporter: i'm a fan of both. murray deserves it, he has worked very hard to get to this point. it is at 4:00. i will be watching. if you are watching the roads right now, things look great, no problems to report whatsoever. you might find a teeny bit of slow traffic through the beltway and the dulles toll road but really no big deals to worry about. a tiny bit of volume forming, even on 270. here's what it looks like at the allegiance bridge, 270 also looking great. down to the beltway. just time 66. inbound side again, beginning to form a bit of slow stuff in
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centerville. lanes are open heading for fairfax and vienna. i'll be back with more, coming up. redskins celebrating much more than a game one win this morning. >> robert griffin iii had the best day of the five rookie quarterbacks starting in their first games. he threw for 320 yards, two touchdowns and the key, no interceptions. griffin said he resisted the returning to take off in a couple of tough spots. >> a couple of times i could have trusted my speed a little bit more that ran. -- and ran. >> by the end of the game you could hear the skins fans in the new orleans superdome chanting rg iii. the redskins boat the saints 40-32. here's kristen fisher on the fan reaction to rg iii's debut.
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good morning. i don't think redskins fans could be any happier waking up this morning. normally redskins fans usually don't have the best headlines to look at this morning. this is the express front page, believe it. rg iii shines as the redskins stun the saints in the season opener. i also want to do a check on some headlines on my ipad. check this out. this is the front page of the nfc east. robert griffin iii breathes life into the redskins. my personal favorite, washington redskins handing out week one award for the redskins. not many people thought the washington redskins would go into the superdome and beat the new orleans saints. and yet here we are, of course the redskins put a lot of time and energy and training into
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this rg iii playing a big part in the victory. look at the fans inside the superdome, there was a strong contingent of redskins fans at the superdome in new orleans. lots of burgundy and gold. rg iii says it helps power them to a win. all the fan support behind him in new orleans, here's what he said post game. >> i think everybody was comfortable with the game plan coming in. did a lot of things we hadn't shown in the preseason. i think everybody executed it to a t. >> we'll take the winnie time. >> he went out there and executed a game plan, offense put up 40 points. hold the bar as long as they did, it is our responsibility on the defense. to make sure we seal the victory. i'm out here waiting to see what the front page of the
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washington post is going to look like. i know what i would pick if i were picking out the front page of the washington post. the shot of rg iii sitting on the field after he was tackled. someone scored their very first touchdown. it was just an awesome sight. andrea, i'm dying to know, as someone from new orleans, how are you feeling this morning? >> it is not a great morning, but then you think he is a louisiana boy, so we are proud of that as well. soal the family was definitely conflicted yesterday. but it was a good game to watch and next week saints may find the way. who knows? >> reporter: walking's very fine tightrope, andrea. >> trying. all right we'll hear more from the fans as they start coming out and reacting. there is a new crack down on truckers who park their rigs on the side of a busy maryland highway. troopers started ticketing offenders this weekend. maryland state police say
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interstate 83 has become an impromptu truck stop. drivers complain many rest areas fill up too quickly and they warn driving while drowsy can be as dangerous as driving while drunk. tonight prince george's county police are holding a community meeting to discuss an outstanding murder case in upper marlboro. officers plan to answer questions into the investigation of amber stanley. she was gunned down august 23rd inside her bedroom at her family's home in the neighborhood. now to campaign 2012 this morning. the fight for your dollars, when it come to the campaign. for the first time in three months the obama campaign has raised more cash than the romney campaign. the president's supporters gave $114 million in august alone,
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compared to 111 for mitt romney's campaign. over the weekend mitt romney denied the president's claims his economic plan would hurt the middle class. >> they couldn't answer questions about how they would pay for $5 trillion in new tax cuts and $2 trillion in defense spending without tax increases to the middle class. >> i'm not going to increase the tax burden on middle income families. >> the romney campaign is launching 15 new ads targeting swing state voters. romney will be in ohio today. at 5:35 it is time for another your money report. >> how much of it are you spending at the pump? good morning, we know it has been bad. gas prices jumped but this may be the beginning of the end. the average price of a gallon of gasoline is $3.84, according to a survey, here in the
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washington area, prices are averaging $3.80 a gallon. officials with aaa said prices are expected to drop now that the summer driving season is over, hurricane season is also more than halfway over and refineries are switching to less expensive winner blend gasoline. remains to be seen. how safe are the baby bumpers that line the inside of cribs. the state of maryland wants to know. it is planning to hold hearings on possible voluntary safety standards. studies have shown crib bumpers can suffocate or strangle babies. manufacturers say they are safe, if used correctly. officials have been discussing an out right ban but the baltimore sun says the state is instead considering voluntary standards. here's a heads up. you will be seeing ads from anheuser busch, pepsi, and treat tow lay in the next super bowl . the super bowl is already
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90% sold out. record ad prices, $3.8 million for a 30 second slot. that is $300,000 more than last year. pepsi has already committed to sponsoring the halftime show. coke is already out there saying we are doing a new thing this year, so no bears. but we could see some sort of head to head thing between the soda companies. >> week one and it is 90% sold. >> you know there are skins fans already preparing. >> they won't have to worry. >> you will be telling us about airline fares going up. >> and where to find a hotel room and all that stuff. >> i don't have to worry i about that. i just need a team to get there. one or the other. a big construction project is getting underway this morning. that story is coming up. the human rescues from hurricane isaac are over. louisiana cattle owners are trying to get their stranded
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animals. >> we'll be back. ah.
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welcome back. out on the weather terrace we have a special event coming up at 6:45. we have live music we are going to treat you to, so stick around for that. and a special day weatherwise, what a treat mother nature is giving us. here's a look at the day planner, sunshine all day long, boy it is nice out here this morning with 62 in town, 71 by 11:00. this afternoon we are seeing temperatures in the mid to upper 70s. i hope you can enjoy it. howard i thought you were going to play something for us. southbound on i-27 0, already slow route 109. before the pace improves down to german town and rockville. after this morning's rush hour a major repair project will get underway on the memorial bridge into arlington. the driver should expect
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temporary lane closures and delays in both directions until november. lane closures will take place monday-friday, the weekend work will begin friday evening at 7:00 and that will last until monday at 5:00 a.m. more traffic coming up at 5:49. jess? i have been combing through the retailer websites to find you deep discounts. costume kingdom is giving you 10% off any purchase. you can use the coupon code ck10. also free shipping with orders over 50 bucks. not too early here kids, i just picked up a mer maid costume yesterday. then you can go to the haunted park. nightmare scream plex in bethesda. 0% off. vip tickets are also available. and since it was a nightmare following another halloween
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deal i loved, i will bring you food instead. bring $10 and they will give you $20 worth of food at sa bar's. you can find this deal on google offers. if you have an offer you have seen or you have a local merchant, i would love to hear from you on facebook. this morning teachers in nation's third largest school system are on strike. plus a dc pharmacist says her breast cancer journey has helped herbert relate to her customers. birthday time, golfing giant arnold palmer is 83. fox news channel host bill o'reilly is 63. joe perry is 62, director guy richie is 44.
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happy birthday if this is your day too.
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good morning. any monday after a redskins victory is a great monday. this monday people will be using. >> not saying who dat, are they? >> they are saying rg iii. >> again after the storms, people are also going to use this day to continue cleaning up. >> the weather will certainly cooperate with those efforts today, tomorrow, right through the end of the work week here. our next chance of rain or storms will not be in, until unfortunately, the weekend. let's soak it all in, while we ka little bit cool this morning, areas down in the low to mid- 50s in the suburbs. we are still holding on to 62 here in dc. sunrise at 6:45, as far as this afternoon is concerned, when you look at the day planner, sunny
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skies, 73 degrees at noon. north winds 10 to 15 miles per hour with a 4:00 p.m. temperature of 76. expect to poke up around 78 for the high with an 8:00 p.m. reading of 71. if you have plans anytime today, this morning, this afternoon, just going to cooperate. it is great out there. in fact we have lots of 40s in the mountains of western pennsylvania, even our western mountains with cumberland at 50, pittsburgh 52. norfolk this morning not bad at 68. locally we have 50s. rockville 57, college park 58. 56 in fairfax and vienna this morning and 56 also in centerville. leesburg, 57. great visibility, 62, dew points in the low 50s and a breeze out of the northwest at 12 miles per hour. you probably need a little wind
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break this morning. gorgeous day as we look at the weather headlines, chilly tonight, 40s out there. you may need a blanket or two right? a great tuesday, and then as we head toward the weekend, that is when we'll have the next chance for a few hours so. it is all clear on the east coast, out to the west, it is all quiet and the futurecast just stays that way. nothing but clear skies for the next several day. so we'll have very comfortable days, cool, crisp, clear nights, a great weather stretch coming up. 78 this afternoon, green across-the-board,ton we are into the 50s, even upper 40s in the cool spots, tomorrow 7, wednesday we warm up a little bit, but still dry. the humidity levels are going to stay down. 84 mid-80s for thursday and friday and here comes a chance really saturday night into sunday for a few more showers and member a couple of
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thunderstorms. an accident on the southbound side of the bw parkway. like clockwork he says. that's right howard. on the southbound side of the bw parkway, right after route 4. i'm going to show you what it looks like live for our sky 9. we are being told there could be up to eight vehicles involved in this accident, or at least stopped there on the southbound side. expect early, early delays because of this. and with the flares set up, it may take awhile to clear up and the arrow board there on the southbound side after 410 you are scooting over to the right to get by. i'll keep you posted on this situation. in the meantime let's go back over to our maps and we'll head over to the northbound side of 95. just slow traffic as you leave a quiet harbor toward quantico. and then again woodbridge, a live look at the 14th street
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bridge, this is great into downtown. back to you guys. making news now at 5:00 4- d. reports out of syria claim the military has spent all night shelling the city. opposition groups say dozens have been killed, bombs landing on civilian areas and they left mate 160 people were killed across that country on sunday alone. today crew in his plaquemines parish will remove cattle who died during the hurricane. now they are worried surviving cattle could get sick from standing in dirty flood waters. teachers in chicago will be on the picket line this morning. the union announced late last night members will go on strike for the first time in 25 years. school administrators are scram blog make sure nearly 400,000 students will have adult
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supervision. sunday was the ninth of the month. if you forgot to call your buddies and remind them about the benefits of early detection and the lifestyle changes to make to prevent some breast cancers, do it today. a local pharmacist, who is dispensing and taking her own best health advice. >> i wanted to be a pharmacist because i have lost a sister for penicillin allergy. >> she was 14 months old, but the medical mistake in ethiopia is why she books-a-million a pharmacist. for most of her career she has been with safeway and currently works at the capitol hill location. in fact she just returned to work after taking nearly 11 months of sick leave. last year an annual screaming mammogram found cancer in her right breast. >> that was february 2011 and it was challenging. you know what it means.
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>> a challenge too because the results came a few months after her mother and sister were diagnosed with ovarian cancer. the disease eventually took her mother's life at age 79. genetics tests revealed she was at grafter risk for both breast and ovarian cancer. >> it was challenging. i didn't tell anybody. after a month and a half, that is when i shared with them, after i knew it was bad and definitely coming surgery. >> reporter: surgery took place at mercy hospital here in baltimore, where doctors took an aggressive approach to the disease. >> two lymph nodes were involved. no only we had to remove the breast involved with cancer, we have to go bilateral mastectomy. >> reporter: there was breast reconstruction, chemo and then
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she had a hysterectomy. physically, she says she is in a better place and believes she is an even better pharmacist, she is more proactive counseling her customers about early detection, getting them to listen to their body. and she is better at listening to them. >> if the patient don't have a lot of know how what to do at the pharmacy level, but it is up to us. i think we have to offer suggestions and listen to and once they know i'm sure people would like to have that involvement as much as they could. >> to see the story again click on buddy check 9. a special thank you to safeway for being a long time sponsor of buddy check 9. text buddy check 9 to 25543 for a monthly early detection alert sponsored by washington
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radiology associates. still ahead, redskins fans celebrating this morning. rg iii's first regular season game win, coming up. plus almost no one went to the movies this weekend. congress gets back to work today. or does it? what lawmakers could have up their sleeves to help fix the economy, coming up at 6:07. you are watching 9news now. good morning to you.
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welcome back.
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your weather first on this monday morning. it is gorgeous out there, tem in the 50s in many areas. as we show you the futurecast, nothing coming at us weatherwise except sunshine today and a little bit of a breeze at times. by 9:00 upper 50s in the shenandoah valley. 6 over in andrews. 3:00 temperatures in the low to mid-70s and we are going to top out at 78. we want to take another look at the question of the morning. only 38% of americans have ever used one of these. is it a rotary telephone, a typewriter or an answering machine. >> boy do i feel old. >> matt wrote d, turn signal. >> i have been behind those people too, matt. it turned out to be a
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perfect day for the popular adams morgan street festival. the longest continuing festival in dc, it was first held back in 1978. long time adams morgan businessman says the festival is great for the entire neighborhood. >> only in adams morgan can you get this kind of diversity. economically, everybody is out. you have food from everywhere in the world. people from everywhere in the world. >> organizers say the festival usually attracts about 25,000 people. not really sure as the exact count so far this year. >> it is hard to keep a secret in hollywood, but a secret celebrity wedding tops our entertainment news. actors ryan reynolds and blake lively tied the knot this weekend. they were married at a plantation near charleston, south carolina. reynolds, 35, was previously married to scar let johansen
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and lively was part of the gossip girls. they met a year ago so something good came out of that box office bomb. for the first time in years the top grossing film over the weekend made less than $10 million. >> it was the worst weekend for movie ticket sales since right after the 9/11 attacks. >> no filter. >> it was true. i mean i was very disappointed this that movie. you are watching 9news now at 6:00 a.m. hope you are having a good day and a

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